Obviously Foxtenn technology is being talked about these days in the padel. Today, it is the way in which the balls are judged that is discussed.
As you will see in the images below, when serving, a ball may first bounce off the line, then hit it as it flattens to the ground.
This ball, which seemed to be a fault at first glance, is therefore judged to be good, since it was indeed in contact with the line.
Abro DEBATE— Out Of Context Padel (@ocpadel) September 22, 2023
The defenders of the argument:
No importa el box o como salga la bola, si toca primero la carpeta ante que la pared, aunque sean los pelitos, es bonena.
In the video: just when the bola toca the carpet is out PERO has already entered but the bola is… in! pic.twitter.com/dHggjkGnzg
For some, it's the first contact that should count, while for others, it's the moment when the ball flattens on the ground. We are waiting for your opinions!
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